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mikelaw
Here’s a few from the Bebee collection.  Click image for larger version - Name: 179A32F8-2138-493B-9909-C928993A8F65.jpeg, Views: 51, Size: 150.64 KB Click image for larger version - Name: C20F11E1-5D4A-49F8-AF3C-F2CFA64A7CCD.jpeg, Views: 50, Size: 148.71 KB Click image for larger version - Name: D19D4247-FF94-4407-A227-34F8956E9BF4.jpeg, Views: 53, Size: 152.68 KB Click image for larger version - Name: 04E49B7E-A8C1-4FD1-8B9A-2FEFCE07145C.jpeg, Views: 52, Size: 139.36 KB
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Steve in Tampa
MEC2 wrote:
See I need a note like Steve's to frame with my Dallas with the Dallas face up and the New York face down for the design, plus that battleship is arguably either the USS Texas or USS New York, so I will have my bases covered on that...

Article about the $2 Battleship....they claim it’s the USS New York.
https://coinweek.com/paper-money-2/a-closer-look-at-the-series-of-1918-2-battleship-note/
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jhodgson
Omly large size two I have.

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historyfrk219
One of my favorite recent acquisitions. My first graded example I have of the City of Lincoln notes. 
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mikelaw

Someone posted a serial number 1 Lazy Deuce. Amazing. Here’s one for sale from a well-known dealer for $195,000. 

 

http://www.executivecurrency.com/collections/ProductDetails.php?item=3858

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stlnats
mikelaw wrote:

Someone posted a serial number 1 Lazy Deuce. Amazing. Here’s one for sale from a well-known dealer for $195,000. 

 

http://www.executivecurrency.com/collections/ProductDetails.php?item=3858

  While I really don't have an opinion about the price tag of the EC note, in fairness, my Belleville (which is incredibly undergraded in the census BTW) is an original vs the far scarcer series of 1875 offered by EC so a bit of apples and oranges. Of the 39 #1 deuces in the NBN Census only 7 are the 1875 type. 

FWIW, there are 3 St Louis metro  ("my" area) originals in the census, the Belleville IL and two on STL City both of which were in the Newman collection and were on display for a number of years in his money museum.  One of these was sold fetching nearly 65K when Eric's collection of being dispersed.  It is the only note reported on charter 89 and is a charter #< 100 both factors which, combined with being an 1875, enhanced its value a lot.

 What fun.
Always interested in St Louis MO & IL metro and Evansville IN paper money, scrip, financial docs, banking ephemera, etc.  Also collect Latvian 1915 - 1940 city and national paper money by block letter/variety
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Steve in Tampa
Gotta love a Deuce with a Train vignette center stage.
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